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Water, Wastewater, and Stormwater Infrastructure Management

Water, Wastewater, and Stormwater Infrastructure Management by Neil S. Grigg
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Infrastructure Management Systems
Infrastructure Management Systems
Building Blocks for Infrastructure Management Systems
Benefits of Infrastructure Management Systems
Infrastructure Integrity
Current Integrity of Water, Sewer, and Stormwater Systems
Investment Needs
Hierarchy of Infrastructure Systems and Components
Assignment of Programs to Organizational Units
Best Practices in Infrastructure Management

Water, Sewer, and Stormwater Systems and Services
Evolution of Urban Water Systems
Water Supply of Infrastructure Systems
Wastewater Infrastructure Systems
Stormwater Infrastructure Systems
Future Water Management

Asset Management
Asset Management as a Concept
Definitions of Asset Management
Asset Management Activities
Asset Management of Organizational Integration
GASB 34 to Reform Infrastructure Asset Accounting
APWA Endorsement of GASB 34
Organization of an Asset Management System
Applications of Asset Management
Information Systems for Asset Management

Capital Improvement Planning, Programming, and Budgeting
Planning Process
From Integrated Plans to Capital Improvement Programs
Capital Improvement Programs
Water Supply Capital Planning
Wastewater System Planning
Stormwater System Planning
Evaluation Techniques and Priority-Setting
Review of Capital Planning, Programming, and Budgeting

Design and Construction of Infrastructure
Infrastructure Life Cycle
Achieving Quality and Value in a Project
Planning-Design-Construction Process
Quality in the Constructed Project
Project Roles
Design-Build and Other Project Delivery Methods
Project Planning
Project Design
Construction Phase
Project Management
Responsibilities of the Owner's Engineer
Codes, Standards, Specifications, and Model Designs
Design of Water, Sewer, and Stormwater Systems
Appropriate Technologies

Financial Management for Water, Sewer, and Stormwater Systems
Financial Environment for Water, Sewer, and Stormwater Systems
Financial Tools
Links Between Management and Finance Work
Public Finance, Government Agencies, and Related Utilities
Budget Process
Enterprise Principle
Sources of Revenue
Cost Control
Financial Planning and Projections
Accounting for Financial Control and Reporting
AWWA Financial Data

Operations of Water, Sewer, and Stormwater Systems
Operations Management
Comprehensive Improvement Programs
Tasks and Skills of Operators
Operator Training
System Applications of Operator Skills
Contract Operations
Trends in Operations

Risk Management and Disaster Preparedness
Risks to Water, Sewer, and Stormwater Sytems
Risk Management
Risk Assessment, Vulnerability Analysis, and Contigency Planning
Mitigation Measures, Including Design, and Construction
Emergency Management

Maintenance and Renewal of Water, Sewer, and Stormwater Systems
System Inventories
Benefits of Maintenance Programs
Maintenance Management Systems
Condition Assessment
Preventive Maintenance
Corrective Maintenance
Reliabilty-Centered Maintenance
Facility Management
Computer-Based Inventory, Record, Scheduling, and Work Management Systems
Maintenance of Water, Sewer, and Stormwater Systems
Renewal: The 3Rs of Infrastructure
Future Issues and Needed Research

Information Technology in Water and Sewer Management
IT Products and Technologies
IT Applications
Information Architecture
Information Work
Information in Regulated Industries
Enterprise Systems
Information Technology Departments
Future Directions

Laws and Regulations
Legal Scenarios
Types of Laws and Regulations
Environmental Law
Regulation in Water, Sewer, and Stormwater Industries
Water Supply Regulation
Wastewater Regulation
Stormwater and Combined Sewer System Regulation
Enforcement Scenarios

Managing the 21st Century Water Industry
Management in the Public Works and Utility Environment
Systems View of Utility Operations
Business Practices Affecting Infrastructure
Management in a Government Environment
Leadership Issues for Infrastructure Managers


Each chapter begins with an Introduction and concludes with a References section
CRC Press; Read online
Title: Water, Wastewater, and Stormwater Infrastructure Management
Author: Neil S. Grigg
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